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[. . . ] Your camera will also blink orange if there is a problem reading the card. When your microSD memory is almost full (1GB remaining), the LED will blink alternating orange and red. Once the SD card is completely full you’ll hear a single short beep and you will no longer be able to take photos or videos. The LED will blink orange and red until the microSD card is removed or data is transferred from the camera. [. . . ] 8MP Megapixel Settings: Tap this icon at the top of the screen to choose between available resolution options: 8 megapixel (8MP) 6 megapixel (6MP) 3 megapixel (3MP)
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Slow motion is captured at 720p/120fps. 20 | EN
Timer Settings: Tap this icon at the top of the screen to choose between available timer settings: Off 3 seconds 10 seconds Burst Mode Tapping and holding the still photo capture button will allow you to capture several photos in quick succession. Your Cube+ automatically captures photos at this resolution without affecting settings for other capture modes. Editing Video, Time-Lapse and Slow Motion To edit in any of these capture formats, first select and view in playback mode. EN | 23
Trim Start and End Frames Tap and drag the end points to the preferred start and stop points. )
Slow Motion Start & End Points Tap and drag the triangles to adjust slow motion start and end points. 24 | EN
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Capture Stills from Video, Time-Lapse and Slow Motion Tap any section of the video timeline to zoom into that section. Adjusting Other Settings You can adjust many of your Cube+ settings from the Camera Detail screen. To reach the Camera Detail screen, tap or swipe down the bar located at the top of the viewfinder screen. To charge your Polaroid Cube+, plug it into either an outlet or computer, using the included micro USB cable. Understanding the LED Functions Static Green Camera is on, with sufficient battery power and SD memory to capture imagery. One Blue Flash with One Long Beep Wi-Fi is being turned off while camera is on. One Long Beep, No Flashing Wi-Fi is being turned on while camera is off. 30 | EN
One Long Beep, One Short Beep, No Flashing Camera is being turned off while Wi-Fi is on. Rapid Orange Flash with Continuous Short Beeps No SD card present or SD card error. Be sure to back up all image files from the existing SD card before formatting. EN | 31
Alternating Orange and Red Flashing Low SD capacity (1GB remaining): One short beep will sound when SD reaches capacity and camera will stop recording. Overheating During extended use, your Polaroid Cube+ camera may feel warm to the touch. This is a normal operating occurrence and does not indicate any product defect or reason
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to slow down the fun. Your Cube+ app will warn you with an error message if it reaches the maximum safe usage temperature of 70ºC/158ºF If you see this . If temperatures exceeds 70ºC/158ºF , your camera will first stop recording videos and photos and eventually shut down. Your camera can be turned on again after it has cooled down to a safe temperature. [. . . ] For product available in the USA/Canada market, only channel 1~11 can be operated. IMPORTANT NOTE: Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Radiation Exposure Statement This EUT is compliance with SAR for general population/ uncontrolled exposure limits in ANSI/IEEE C95. 1-1999 and had been tested in accordance with the measurement methods and procedures specified in OET Bulletin 65 Supplement C. This equipment should be installed and operated contact with the radiator & your body. [. . . ]